BJP President Jagat Prakash Nadda said that Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s administration is determined to make India a “vishav guru,” or global leader.
After the BJP’s landslide victory in recent assembly elections in four states, Nadda addressed a ‘Samman Samaroh’ in his honor at ‘Rath Ground’ in Himachal Pradesh’s Kullu district.
He said it took years to develop vaccines for measles, Japanese encephalitis, and polio, but under Modi’s leadership, a coronavirus vaccine was developed nine months after the first case of COVID-19.
He said that the nation’s people had received over 190 crore vaccine shots.
He praised the efforts of the Himachal Pradesh administration in distributing the dosages to the people, saying that the country’s most extensive vaccination program had been successfully begun.
During the Covid epidemic, the BJP president claimed that the Centre gave free rations to over 80 crore people throughout the nation.
He further said that the administration successfully brought back over 23,000 Indian students who were trapped in Ukraine, including roughly 430 students from Himachal Pradesh.
Even Pakistani students could flee Ukraine by flying Indian flags on their cars, he said, adding that this was a symbol of a transforming India made possible only by Prime Minister Modi’s strong leadership.
Despite the epidemic, Mr. Nadda said that India’s 400 billion dollar export feasible today is only because of Modi’s capable leadership. He stated that the Pradhan Mantri Kisan Samman Nidhi Yojna provides 6,000 rupees per year to over 9.37 lakh farmers in the state.
The BJP president said that under the leadership of Chief Minister Jai Ram Thakur, Himachal Pradesh had seen unprecedented progress in the past four and a half years. This has been made possible by the dual-engine administrations at the federal and state levels.
The people of Kullu’s excitement suggested that the BJP would form the state government again under Mr. Thakur’s leadership.
He asserted that the BJP is the only political party that follows through on its pledges.
On occasion, Chief Minister Mr. Thakur stated that under the BJP regimes, initiatives like IIM and AIIMS were approved for the state.
He said that medical colleges in Chamba, Sirmaur, Hamirpur, and Mandi had been sanctioned to the state, which was made possible by the BJP administration at the Centre.
Mr. Thakur said that the state government’s current term had been packed with successes and accomplishments.
Mr. Nadda and Mr. Thakur flagged 50 ambulances from Bhuntar as part of the National Ambulance Service-108.